There’s been some chatter about Tony Romo’s comments about his relationship with the fans. He once said he doesn’t listen to us much because in 8 years we won’t even remember him. Okie dokie. I hope we DO remember you Romo because we are counting on you to get us a record sixth Super Bowl.
But if there is any further evidence that Terrell Owens has turned a new leaf, just check out his Web page. He wrote us all a letter, and I have to say, I think that’s pretty cool and respectful.
TO ALL OF MY FANS:
With our loss to the Giants comes the end of a great ride for this season. We win and lose as a team, and I loved playing with this team. With 13 regular-season wins, which tied the franchise record, we won the NFC East title for the first time since 1998. We also had 12 Pro Bowlers, the most of any NFL team. That alone makes for a successful season.
It is an honor being part of the Dallas Cowboys organization, and I am committed to bringing a championship to Dallas and our great fans.
I want to thank all of you from across the country for your amazing support and encouragement during the season. I appreciated hearing your cheers and best wishes every week. It really meant a lot to me, and I am truly blessed to have you on my team.
After the Pro Bowl in February I’ll continue to work with my Catch A Dream Foundation. I will also participate in other important activities on behalf of the community.
In the spring I’ll begin my training for next season. I am going to do everything possible to get stronger and improve my game, and I’ll be back, better than ever. Trust me on that.
Thanks again for all of your support.
Getcha popcorn ready.
Terrell Owens, #81